In order for Pix4Dcloud or Pix4Dcloud Advanced to display the outputs in the browser, the Ortho and DSM have to go through a process called “tiling” where the files are “cut” into smaller pieces to optimize the display. It does not affect the original files which can be downloaded.
This process has now been improved so that larger orthos and DSMs of up to 7 GB can be properly tiled and therefore displayed.
When an ortho and DSM are imported and are larger than 7 GB, a warning has been included in the software to prevent the user from uploading it.
In the case of the 3Dmesh, the limit is 1GB. A warning has also been added when larger 3Dmeshes are imported as an output.